"211 woodcuts of emblems from the same blocks as from the Paduan 1618 edition- now within borders, and one new "offensive" emblem, i.e. no. lxxx"--cf. Landwehr.
McGeary & Nash. Emblem books at the University of Illinois, A42
Preliminaries include a preface by J. Thuilius, C. Mignault’s Vita Alciati and his Epistola priorum editionum (dated Paris 1580), Syntagma de symbolis, laudatory remarks and verse. Morel’s Corollaria et monita follows the Emblemata, p. 890-905.
Landwehr, J. Romanic emblem books, 103
Green, H. Andrea Alciati, 165
This edition (after p. vi) recorded by Green as ’in form and arrangement, in the devices and in the very type, appear[ing] the same as in the Paduan edition by Tozzius in 1621, No. 152’.
Each emblem is within a decorative frame, and accompanied by a poem and commentary.
Colophon: ’Patavij, ex Typographia Pauli Frambotti. M.DC.LXI’.